Mike Janes

Mike Janes, PE, Senior Project Manager

mike200x250Mike has been designing and managing transportation, water and wastewater infrastructure, storm drainage, and site design projects for municipalities, commercial clients, and private developers since 2004. These improvements have included water and sewer lines, pumping facilities, treatment facilities, local and rural roads, sidewalks, storm drainage facilities, parking lots, general site design, and trails. He also manages many of the projects resulting from our work as City Engineer for the City of Williams, and many of our on-call projects for Northern Arizona University and Camp Navajo. As a Senior Project Manager Mike manages multi-disciplined teams of professionals and delivers quality comprehensive projects while keeping the project under budget and on schedule.


  • BSCE, Northern Arizona University, 2003


  • Professional Engineer (Civil), Arizona, 49111


  • Member American Public Works Association

Project Experience
Water Master Plan, City of Williams – Mike was Project Manager on this CDBG-funded project in which we provided a working water model for future use, evaluated demand, identified system deficiencies/vulnerabilities, identified system modifications for future growth, identified improvements to increase system performance, and developed improvement recommendations and costs.

Campus-Wide Parking and Streets Assessment and ADA Compliance Report, NAU – Mike is the Project Manager on this pavement optimization project for streets and parking lots across the entire NAU campus. We provided a report that assessed the existing conditions, use, recommended treatment, costs and prioritized projects. Subsequent services included: topographic survey, design, construction documents and construction administration. Projects have consisted of crack fill, patches, subgrade correction, seal coats, and other pavement rejuvenation techniques. For areas with high traffic loading, such as bus stops, we provided economical solutions for new sections using geotechnical analysis. A second component includes evaluating each parking lot for parking lot ADA compliance, focusing on the dimensions, striping, signage, slopes, layout, and accessible paths of existing ADA spaces.

Pavement Improvements, Camp Navajo-AZDEMA – As the on-call engineer for this military installation in northern Arizona, we have provided many civil engineering services. Mike was the PM managing design and survey services for approximately 1.5 miles of asphalt roadway pulverized in place and overlaid with a 4” pavement section, and approximately 3.15 miles of crack and chip sealing.

Grand Canyon Boulevard, City of Williams – Mike was the PM on this project that included pavement removal and replacement, waterline construction, sidewalk, driveway and curbing removal and construction, miscellaneous shifting of roadway appurtenances such as solar lighting poles, and water and sewer services.